|Pricing||$18,320 - $23,320|
|Engines||2.4l I4, 2.7l V6, 3.5l V6|
|Fuel Economy||19-24 (city), 28-32 (highway)|
The Chrysler Sebring competes one of the most competitive segments. Strong sellers like the Camry, Accord, and Altima have made it tough for even solid new offerings like the Sonata to compete. With the new Sebring, Chrysler will attempt to gain ground by offering distinctive styling and unique features on their all-new Sebring sedan. Sebring will be offered in three grades: Sebring, Touring, and Limited. Base Sebrings are equipped with a 172hp four-cylinder. Mid-grade models include a 190hp 2.7L V6. The range-topping Limited model offers a 235hp 3.5L V6. The top model is equipped with a competitive six-speed automatic, while the other models are stuck with a four-speed automatic. While the suspension is fully independent, cost-cutting drum brakes in the rear are standard. The Sebring does offer a number of unique convenience features such as LED interior lighting and a heated/cooled cup holder.
The new Sebring is styled similar to the 2003 Airflite concept car. Engine choices include a 172-bhp 2.4L I-4, a 190-bhp 2.7L V-6, or a 235-bhp 3.5L V-6. Choose the 3.5L and a 6-speed automatic is standard. Lesser models get a 4-speed automatic. Vehicles sold outside North America will get an optional 2.0L turbodiesel with 140-bhp/236-lb.-ft.
|Sebring Sedan Touring, Limited||2.7l V6 (191-bhp)||A4||FWD||22/30/26||$19,520|
|Sebring Sedan Limited||3.5l V6 (235-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/28/23||$23,320|
|Sebring Sedan||2.4l I4 (173-bhp)||A4||FWD||24/32/28||$18,320|